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In Florida, Romney Looks To Outshine His Rivals

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Friday opened his Florida campaign headquarters. The state is likely to play a key role in the GOP nominating process. To do well there, Romney has to do well with one of the nation's fastest-growing groups — Hispanics.
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Cheney: I'd Still Like To Know Why Palin Quit As Governor

"I've never gotten around the question of her having left the governorship of Alaska in mid-term," former Vice President Dick Cheney said today when asked about fellow Republican Sarah Palin and her suitability for national office.
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CQ Roll Call: Congress' Partisan Tone and Obama's Job Speech

David Hawkings, editor of the CQ Roll Call Daily Briefing, gives an analysis of this week's top news on Capitol Hill, as Congress comes back into session and President Barack Obama prepares his jobs speech.

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WaPo's McCartney: D.C.'s Bond Rating and Pepco's Performance During Irene

Washington Post columnist Robert McCartney gives an analysis of some of this week's top news including a possible downgrade in the District's bond rating and Pepco's performance during Hurricane Irene.

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Lexington, Va. Leaders Consider Limits On Confederate Flag

Leaders in Lexington, Va. are considering limits on downtown flag-flying, including the Confederate flag, angering defenders of the divisive Southern symbol.

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Spin Machine Slips A Gear On Latest Jobs Report

The nation's unemployment rate remains just above 9 percent, and political observers say it's just about impossible to cast that kind a number in a positive light. That puts extra pressure on President Obama ahead of next week's jobs announcement.

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